Putt N’ Crawl to return to Jacksonville Beach for its 14th year


The 14th Annual Putt N’ Crawl is set to take place at Jacksonville Beach on Saturday, May 6 from 1 to 7 p.m.

During the event, 11 restaurants and bars along the beach will be transformed into mini-golf greens to benefit local charities, including Ronald McDonald House, Giving Greens, Mission House, Foodies USA, American Lung Association, USO and more.

“It is a progressive course, moving players through the 18 hole-course as they have tons of fun and raise money for local charities,” said Mike White, event organizer. “We encourage everyone to dress in their most outrageous golf gear for a chance to win some prizes.”

Golfers can sign in at Lynch’s Pub, Ocean Grille or Zeta Brewing Company and proceed to any of the hole locations. Holes are located at the three check-in locations in addition to Flask and Cannon, V Pizza, Mango’s Bar, The Pier Cantina and Sandbar, The Tavern on 1st, The Wreck Tiki Lounge, Local’s Dock and Campeche Bay Cantina.

Each paying participant will enjoy drink specials with an official wristband and will have the opportunity to putt on a hand-built putting green. Players will also have chance to win thousands in prizes.

Participants are also invited to compete in the costume contest and after party at Lynch’s Irish Pub. A photo booth will be set up at Lynch’s for this contest and pictures will be posted on Facebook after the event. The most liked photo will win $250 cash.

Tournaments can be played individually or in groups of four. Tickets are available at online for $20 each, or they can be purchased the day of the event for $25 at selected participating venues. Credit card payment is preferred. Putt N’ Crawl is an exclusive event for guests aged 21 and older. Once registered, players will receive a wristband, an official scorecard, map and other prizes. For more information, visit www.puttncrawl.com.